The global citizenship MBA orientation program: Action learning at the university of michigan business school [Book Review]

Journal of Business Ethics 15 (1):111 - 120 (1996)
The University of Michigan Business School's Global Citizenship Program is a two day action learning model conducted during orientation week. During these two days, teams of students, faculty and staff, along with corporate managers, work side-by-side on community projects. These projects are intended to help students understand the difficult issues and frustrations faced by community organizations. The students have opportunities throughout the year to continue to volunteer their business skills and time.
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